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I would like to try Wayland/Xwayland on Arch. The issue is the online documentation is not very rich and there are quite no fresh tutorial.

Actually I have installed wayland and I can run it with weston-launch as described here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wayland

I tried to run a couple of application (like chromium and vlc) without success, no issue as I know most of app (UI framework) doesn't support wayland right now, however I know tha EFL should already has a good support and that xWayland should give compatibility with X.

Actually I have installed enlightenment17-git and xwayland-git from AUR.

  • How can I install and run E17 with wayland support and run it ?
  • How can I run xWayland and app like Vlc and Chromium ?

p.s. I cannot create new tag like 'wayland' or 'xwayland' so if you can please edit this question

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Most Gtk3 programs should also support Wayland if you run them with GDK_BACKEND=wayland in environment. –  grawity Jul 7 '13 at 12:49

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